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Slashdot 06/06/2020 15:44
This year Stack Overflow's Developer Survey of 65,000 programmers found that Rust was their most-loved programming language -- for the fifth year in a row. To understand why, they interviewed the top contributor to the site's Rust topic. ("The short answer is that Rust solves pain points present in many other languages, providing a solid step forward with a limited number of downsides...") But Stack Overflow also reached out to the Rust core team, including Berlin-based developer Erin Power, asking about any barriers to entry, and why they think Rust was the survey's most-loved language. ("I think it's because Rust makes big promises, and delivers on them..."). And finally, they got responses from Stack Overflow users in their Rust chatroom
Bitcoins Channel 06/06/2020 15:43
The team behind the popular privacy-oriented Brave browser found itself in the middle of a tweetstorm after it became public that the browser autocompletes verbatim in its address bar to add an affiliate code from which the company generates income. The Affiliate Browser A popular cryptocurrency commentator took it to Twitter to reveal that the ... .
RosBusiness (Russian) 06/06/2020 15:37
Россия выражает благодарность американской стороне за готовность помочь в ликвидации последствий разлива дизельного топлива в Норильске. Об этом заявила официальный представитель МИД России Мария ...

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